Robofest Mission

  • Generate excitement and interest among young people for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), AI and Computer Science
  • Develop essential skills such as teamwork, leadership, creativity, communication and problem solving
  • Prepare students to excel in higher education and technological careers

What makes Robofest programs unique?

Look Mom, No Hands!: Students must fully program their robots to perform their missions without human assistance. No joysticks or remote controls are allowed.
Your Mission, If You Decide to Accept It: Is (partly) unknown or dynamic. Students must program their robots to accomplish tasks in a dynamic environment.
Students Rule: While adult mentorship is encouraged, students design, construct and program the robots, and adult coaches are not allowed to assist during the competition.
It's Flexible: Any type of robot kit, materials, actuators, and sensors are allowed. Robots can be programmed with any programming language.
Affordable: Team registration is $75 per team. Reusing parts and old kits is encouraged. Teams can be formed by any organization, school, home schools, clubs or civic group.
Everyone is Recognized: All registered participants receive personalized medals and certificates. Winners from qualifying and World Championship events receive trophies.  World Championship Senior in several categories are awarded LTU Scholarship Certificates for up to $17,000 annualy. Any participant who attends LTU can apply for $3,000 LTU renewable scholarships.
Something for Everyone:  Robofest offers a wide variety of programs that fit many robotics experience levels and interests.  Advanced or novice, we have something for you!

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Assessment Reports: 

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 (previous year's assessment section can be found within each Annual Report)


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